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Error ApvxdWin.exe missing rtl120.bpl need help!

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by zay812, Mar 28, 2012.

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  1. zay812

    zay812 Thread Starter

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    rtl120.bpl is missing ,try to reinstall the programe to fix. On the bar of the message in say C:/ ApvxdWin.exe

    How do I fix this I think it has something to do with panda anti-virus not sure.
     
  2. Elvandil

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    It is probably the Panda web monitor. Try reinstalling Panda.
     
  3. mudshark17

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    I have same error message and cannot remove Panda Global from my computer nor down load it to attempt to correct this problem. Looking for help.
     
  4. Lance1

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    It does appear to be Panda. First prior to reinstalling Panda I suggest you Commpletly Uninstall Panda from you system. Then reinstall Panda.
     
  5. mudshark17

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    Lance1, thanks it worked
     
  6. jandttech

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    The rtl120bpl is what is known as a runtime library file by Borland.
    It is probably starting with windows, thus receiving the error.

    To see what programs are runnig at startup, click on the START, then select RUN, then type in MSCONFIG, then select the STARTUP tab.

    In the list, each program that is running at startup will have a ticked box next to it. You can untick a box and prevent that program form running. Some programs are required, such as antivirus, firewall, sound card controllers, display controllers etc. Some items are not essential, like tune-up utilities. Unticking a box here will not remove the program, just stop it form running automatically.

    See if it is listed there, untuck the box hit Apply, reboot.
     
  7. Lance1

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    Your welcome. (y)
     
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